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Jesus Mendoza
Jesus Mendoza
23,274 Points

jQuery Basics "Creating a Mobile Menu"

Hello, I don't know where to give my feedback so I'll leave it here.

It's a great course, I've learned a lot.

The only thing that I didn't like was the "Creating a Mobile Menu". In my opnion I think it is obsolete and it could be updated. I don't think anyone does that kind of menu anymore!

Thanks!

1 Answer

Chuck Powers
Chuck Powers
13,155 Points

I don't think the projects matter as much as getting the concepts and practice using them. There is all sorts of pre-existing code in various libraries on the line (ok, cheesy "Internship" reference) to grab and modify for your needs if you just want pre-written code. BUT, I imagine it would be a good exercise to take this project and build it out to meet different menu objectives. I'm pretty new to this, so I'm just shooting that out there.